National Register of Historic Places listings in eastern Puerto Rico

National Register entries listed below are found in the highlighted 16 municipalities of Puerto Rico.

This portion of National Register of Historic Places listings in Puerto Rico covers the eastern region of Puerto Rico, from Carolina in the northeast to Arroyo in the southeast. It also includes the islands of Culebra and Vieques.

Names of places given are as appear in the National Register, reflecting name as given in NRHP application at the date of listing. Note, the National Register name system does not accommodate Spanish á, ñ and other letters.


          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 5, 2024.[1]

Arroyo[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Faro de Punta de las Figuras
Faro de Punta de las Figuras
Faro de Punta de las Figuras
October 22, 1981
(#81000687)
Punta de las Figuras, southeast of Arroyo Pueblo
17°57′18″N 66°02′52″W / 17.954976°N 66.047657°W / 17.954976; -66.047657 (Faro de Punta de las Figuras)
Palmas Spanish-built Neoclassical lighthouse from 1893, operated by the U.S. Army during the Second World War.

Canóvanas[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Villarán Bridge
Villarán Bridge
Villarán Bridge
July 19, 1995
(#95000835)
Highway 9959, km 3, spanning Río Canóvanas
18°22′45″N 65°53′32″W / 18.379213°N 65.892087°W / 18.379213; -65.892087 (Villarán Bridge)
Canóvanas Pueblo and Canóvanas Built in 1892 on the 19th century highway between Río Piedras and Río Grande, this iron and masonry bridge is the best preserved example of an Eiffel pony truss bridge in Puerto Rico or the United States. By 1994, it had been replaced by an adjacent span for vehicular use, but it remained open for pedestrian use.[4]

Carolina[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Church San Fernando of Carolina
Church San Fernando of Carolina
Church San Fernando of Carolina
September 18, 1984
(#84003160)
Muñoz Rivera St., Town Plaza
18°22′52″N 65°57′23″W / 18.381072°N 65.956317°W / 18.381072; -65.956317 (Church San Fernando of Carolina)
Carolina Pueblo One of the two churches designed by state engineer Antonio Maria de Vizcarrondo y Guitian. Built between 1860 and 1862.
2 Edificio Alcaldia
Edificio Alcaldia
Edificio Alcaldia
December 28, 1983
(#83004197)
Sánchez Osorio St. at José de Diego St.
18°22′53″N 65°57′27″W / 18.381253°N 65.957427°W / 18.381253; -65.957427 (Edificio Alcaldia)
Carolina Pueblo Former city hall built between 1927 and 1930, designed by Rafael Carmoega in a Spanish Colonial Revival style.
3 Quebrada Maracuto August 27, 2004
(#04000909)
Address restricted[5]
Cacao and Santa Cruz[6] Pre-Columbian site with petroglyphs found across seven boulders in Maracuto Creek. Part of the Prehistoric Rock Art of Puerto Rico MPS.

Ceiba[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Ceiba Fire Station February 13, 2013
(#13000012)
226 Lauro Piñero Avenue
18°15′59″N 65°38′52″W / 18.266333°N 65.647698°W / 18.266333; -65.647698 (Ceiba Fire Station)
Ceiba Pueblo Art Deco fire station from 1954, designed and built by the Department Public Works of Puerto Rico. Part of the Fire Stations in Puerto Rico MPS.

Culebra[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Faro Isla de Culebritas
Faro Isla de Culebritas
Faro Isla de Culebritas
October 22, 1981
(#81000686)
Isla Culebrita
18°18′49″N 65°13′39″W / 18.313694°N 65.227444°W / 18.313694; -65.227444 (Faro Isla de Culebritas)
Fraile Spanish-built lighthouse from 1882, it used to aid in the navigation through the Virgin Passage and the Vieques Sound. Located in the island of Culebrita, part of the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge.

Fajardo[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Church Santiago Apóstol of Fajardo
Church Santiago Apóstol of Fajardo
Church Santiago Apóstol of Fajardo
September 18, 1984
(#84003144)
Town Plaza
18°19′30″N 65°39′11″W / 18.324873°N 65.653066°W / 18.324873; -65.653066 (Church Santiago Apóstol of Fajardo)
Fajardo Pueblo A former parish church (now cathedral) from 1776. Part of the Historic Churches of Puerto Rico TR.
2 Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan
Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan
Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan
October 22, 1981
(#81000692)
Northeast of Soroco
18°22′53″N 65°37′05″W / 18.381457°N 65.618134°W / 18.381457; -65.618134 (Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan)
Cabezas Spanish-built lighthouse from 1880, it played an important role in the Puerto Rico campaign of the Spanish–American War. Located in the Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve.
3 U.S. Custom House
U.S. Custom House
U.S. Custom House
February 10, 1988
(#88000077)
Union Street
18°20′02″N 65°37′50″W / 18.333942°N 65.630564°W / 18.333942; -65.630564 (U.S. Custom House)
Playa Puerto Real[7] Customs house from 1930, designed by Albert B. Nichols. Also served as a U.S. Post Office throughout its life. Part of the United States Custom Houses in Puerto Rico MPS.

Humacao[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Casa Roig
Casa Roig
Casa Roig
November 17, 1977
(#77001550)
66 Antonio López Street
18°08′53″N 65°49′30″W / 18.147971°N 65.824867°W / 18.147971; -65.824867 (Casa Roig)
Humacao Pueblo A Prairie School building from 1920, designed by Antonin Nechodoma for prominent sugarcane magnate Antonio Roig. Now a Historic house museum operated by the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao.
2 Church Dulce Nombre de Jesús of Humacao
Church Dulce Nombre de Jesús of Humacao
Church Dulce Nombre de Jesús of Humacao
September 18, 1984
(#84003140)
Town Plaza
18°09′01″N 65°49′34″W / 18.150157°N 65.826199°W / 18.150157; -65.826199 (Church Dulce Nombre de Jesús of Humacao)
Humacao Pueblo Late Gothic Revival cathedral church from 1869. Part of the Historic Churches of Puerto Rico TR.
3 Guzmán Family Pantheon
Guzmán Family Pantheon
Guzmán Family Pantheon
April 17, 1995
(#95000436)
Junction of Padre Rivera and Miguel Casillas Streets
18°09′08″N 65°49′40″W / 18.152327°N 65.827904°W / 18.152327; -65.827904 (Guzmán Family Pantheon)
Humacao Pueblo Eclectic style mausoleum and funerary chapel from 1864. Also known as the Guzmán Hermitage.
4 Humacao Customs House
Humacao Customs House
Humacao Customs House
May 18, 1995
(#95000599)
Junction of Marina and Aduana Streets
18°09′54″N 65°44′38″W / 18.164909°N 65.743989°W / 18.164909; -65.743989 (Humacao Customs House)
Punta Santiago Spanish Colonial building built by the Department of Public Works of the Spanish Government in Puerto Rico in 1872, designed by Julian Cruellas y Rovira to be the Humacao customs house at its port in Punta Santiago.
5 Humacao District Courthouse
Humacao District Courthouse
Humacao District Courthouse
May 18, 1995
(#95000596)
Junction of Dr. Vidal and Antonio López Streets
18°08′58″N 65°49′27″W / 18.149531°N 65.824152°W / 18.149531; -65.824152 (Humacao District Courthouse)
Humacao Pueblo Classical Revival Federal-style courthouse from 1925 designed by Rafael Carmoega. Also served as a city hall, reception venue and currently a local fine arts museum.
6 Palmira López de Pereyó House
Palmira López de Pereyó House
Palmira López de Pereyó House
April 14, 1995
(#95000435)
Junction of Font Martelo and Minerva Streets
18°09′02″N 65°49′20″W / 18.150545°N 65.822218°W / 18.150545; -65.822218 (Palmira López de Pereyó House)
Humacao Pueblo Prairie School house from 1930 designed by Francisco Valinés Cofresí for Luis Pereyó y Rodríguez, former District judge from Humacao.
7 Antonia Sáez School May 18, 1995
(#95000597)
Junction of Font Martelo and Isidro Ortiz Sreets
18°09′06″N 65°49′49″W / 18.151750°N 65.830288°W / 18.151750; -65.830288 (Antonia Sáez School)
Humacao Pueblo A Mission/Spanish Revival school from 1922. It also served as a public marketplace between 1966 and 2004.

Las Piedras[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Cueva del Indio September 4, 2003
(#03000884)
Approximately 1.2 km (0.75 mi) north of Highway 198
18°11′50″N 65°52′24″W / 18.1972°N 65.8733°W / 18.1972; -65.8733 (Cueva del Indio)
Quebrada Arenas Site of a former ceremonial ball court (batey) and containing examples of indigenous rock art found throughout large batholitic boulders. Part of the Prehistoric Rock Art of Puerto Rico MPS.

Loíza[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Roberto Clemente Walker Crash Site August 31, 2022
(#100008070)
PR 187 km. 6, Punta Maldonado and 1.5 nautical mi. offshore in the Atlantic Ocean
18°27′45″N 65°57′30″W / 18.4625°N 65.958333°W / 18.4625; -65.958333 (Roberto Clemente Walker Crash Site)
Loíza vicinity Site of the 1972 Puerto Rico DC-7 crash caused by a failed engine, where baseball legend Roberto Clemente died.
2 Cueva de Los Indios June 24, 1982
(#82003823)
Address restricted[5]
Torrecilla Baja Well-preserved small cave with indigenous petroglyphs. Also known as the Cueva Punta Maldonado site, within the management boundaries of Piñones State Forest. Part of the Part of the Prehistoric Rock Art of Puerto Rico MPS.
3 Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio[a]
Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio
Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio
September 8, 1976
(#76002251)
Plaza de Loíza
18°26′00″N 65°52′47″W / 18.433238°N 65.879610°W / 18.433238; -65.879610 (Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio)
Loíza Pueblo Historic parish church dating from 1729, representative of the local Afro-Puerto Rican heritage.[8]

Luquillo[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Williams Products Corporation
Williams Products Corporation
Williams Products Corporation
November 14, 2012
(#12000938)
Highway 992, km 0.3
18°22′16″N 65°43′07″W / 18.370986°N 65.718615°W / 18.370986; -65.718615 (Williams Products Corporation)
Mata de Plátano Historic factory building from 1957 designed in the Modernist style. Also known as La Williams Factory.

Maunabo[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Casa Alcaldia de Maunabo
Casa Alcaldia de Maunabo
Casa Alcaldia de Maunabo
August 23, 2022
(#100008050)
Calle Santiago Iglesias #8
18°00′25″N 65°53′59″W / 18.006922°N 65.899667°W / 18.006922; -65.899667 (Casa Alcaldia de Maunabo)
Maunabo Pueblo Historic city hall building from the early 20th century.
2 Faro de Punta de la Tuna
Faro de Punta de la Tuna
Faro de Punta de la Tuna
October 22, 1981
(#81000688)
Southeast of Puerto Maunabo
17°59′18″N 65°53′07″W / 17.988370°N 65.885274°W / 17.988370; -65.885274 (Faro de Punta de la Tuna)
Emajagua Historic Neoclassical lighthouse from 1892. Part of the Lighthouse System of Puerto Rico TR.

Naguabo[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Bridge No. 122
Bridge No. 122
Bridge No. 122
July 19, 1995
(#95000836)
Highway 3, km 9, spanning the Santiago River
18°11′18″N 65°43′30″W / 18.188386°N 65.725108°W / 18.188386; -65.725108 (Bridge No. 122)
Río and Húcares Historic reinforced concrete bridge designed by Félix Benítez Rexach spanning the Santiago River notable for its ornamental details.
2 Church Nuestra Señora del Rosario of Naguabo
Church Nuestra Señora del Rosario of Naguabo
Church Nuestra Señora del Rosario of Naguabo
December 10, 1984
(#84000456)
Town Plaza
18°12′43″N 65°44′09″W / 18.212062°N 65.735754°W / 18.212062; -65.735754 (Church Nuestra Señora del Rosario of Naguabo)
Naguabo Pueblo One of the oldest structures in the town of Naguabo, built in 1856 in a Spanish Colonial style with Eclectic ornamentations being added at the beginning of the 20th-century.
3 Icacos Petroglyph Group December 1, 2015
(#15000855)
Address restricted[5]
Address restricted[5] Ensemble of Taino petroglyphs found across several large boulders at the confluence of the Icacos and Cubuy Rivers in El Toro Wilderness of El Yunque National Forest. Also known as the Río Blanco Petroglyphs site.
4 Villa Del Mar
Villa Del Mar
Villa Del Mar
June 23, 1983
(#83002293)
Highway 3, km 66.2
18°11′21″N 65°42′54″W / 18.189168°N 65.714985°W / 18.189168; -65.714985 (Villa Del Mar)
Húcares Now ruined 1917 Queen Anne-inspired Criollo-style residence formerly owned by a wealthy sugarcane plantation owner also known as "El Castillo" located in the Malecón of Naguabo.

Patillas[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 María Dávila Semidey School November 14, 2012
(#12000939)
300 Muñoz Rivera Street
18°00′21″N 66°01′01″W / 18.005906°N 66.017068°W / 18.005906; -66.017068 (María Dávila Semidey School)
Patillas Pueblo Mission Revival-style school building from 1925, designed by Francisco Gardón Vega.

Río Grande[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Baño de Oro
Baño de Oro
Baño de Oro
January 21, 2020
(#100004891)
Highway 191, km 12.1
Coordinates missing
Mameyes II Historic Civilian Conservation Corps-built visitor infrastructure named after the natural area of the same name in El Yunque National Forest.
2 Baño Grande
Baño Grande
Baño Grande
February 28, 2017
(#100000685)
Highway 191, km 11.85
18°18′06″N 65°47′07″W / 18.301616°N 65.785388°W / 18.301616; -65.785388 (Baño Grande)
Mameyes II Former swimming pool built by the Civilian Conservation Corps by damming a section of La Mina River in El Yunque National Forest. Also known as La Mina Pool.
3 Río Grande Fire Station January 29, 2013
(#12001248)
6 Juan R. González Street
18°22′46″N 65°49′49″W / 18.379540°N 65.830289°W / 18.379540; -65.830289 (Río Grande Fire Station)
Río Grande Pueblo Historic Art Deco firehouse built in 1951 by the Department of Public Works of Puerto Rico. Part of the Fire Stations in Puerto Rico MPS.

Vieques[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Rafael Acevedo House March 17, 1994
(#94000249)
Víctor Duteil Street between San José and Baldorioty Streets
18°09′00″N 65°26′35″W / 18.149938°N 65.443051°W / 18.149938; -65.443051 (Rafael Acevedo House)
Isabel Segunda Historic house built in a Neoclassical Vieques Creole-style in 1900, representative of architectural influences from the British and French West Indies. Also known as the Mirella Acevedo Sanes House.
2 Algodones 2 (12VPr2-204) August 21, 1991
(#91001037)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo An archeological site of an indigenous village with evidence of inhabitation throughout different cultural periods since 600 CE. Located in the former Vieques Naval Reservation.
3 Algodones 3 (12VPr2-205) August 21, 1991
(#91001038)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo Another village archeological site, found within the borders of the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge.
4 Algodones 6 (12VPr2-229) August 21, 1991
(#91001032)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo Another village archeological site, found within the borders of the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge.
5 Camp Garcia (Campo Asilo) 3 (12VPr2-164) August 21, 1991
(#91001041)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Ferro Site of petroglyphs, also found within the borders of the Vieques National Wildlife Refuge.
6 Casa Alcaldía de Vieques
Casa Alcaldía de Vieques
Casa Alcaldía de Vieques
March 17, 1994
(#94000174)
Junction of Carlos LeBrun and Benítez Guzmán Streets
18°08′59″N 65°26′30″W / 18.149654°N 65.441606°W / 18.149654; -65.441606 (Casa Alcaldía de Vieques)
Isabel Segunda Former "casa del rey founded in 1850 in the settlement of Isabel Segunda to re-establish Spanish colonial control of the island of Vieques. Today it serves as the municipal city hall.
7 Casa Augusto Delerme February 2, 1994
(#93001555)
7 Benítez Guzmán Street
18°09′00″N 65°26′31″W / 18.150084°N 65.441849°W / 18.150084; -65.441849 (Casa Augusto Delerme)
Isabel Segunda A 4-Room Vieques Creole vernacular-style house built in 1850 for a local prominent French-born landowner.
8 Casa Delerme-Anduze No. 2 November 22, 1993
(#93001205)
355 Antonio Mellado Street
18°08′55″N 65°26′29″W / 18.148710°N 65.441300°W / 18.148710; -65.441300 (Casa Delerme-Anduze No. 2)
Isabel Segunda A six-room Vieques Creole vernacular-style house from 1876 owned by a wealthy landowner from Guadeloupe.
9 Casa de Jaime Puig Lemoine April 14, 1994
(#94000363)
161 65 de Infantería Street
18°08′55″N 65°26′35″W / 18.148680°N 65.442993°W / 18.148680; -65.442993 (Casa de Jaime Puig Lemoine)
Isabel Segunda Bungalow/Craftsman house from 1930, designed by Jaime Puig.
10 Central Playa Grande September 10, 1992
(#92001236)
Address restricted[5]
Llave An archaeological site consisting of a former sugarcane plantation and mill with architecture by Matias Hjardemaal and others.
11 Delerme-Anduze House February 2, 1994
(#93001556)
361 Antonio Mellado Street
18°08′55″N 65°26′29″W / 18.148601°N 65.441414°W / 18.148601; -65.441414 (Delerme-Anduze House)
Isabel Segunda A vernacular French Caribbean Creole-style gallery house from 1850.
12 Faro de Vieques
Faro de Vieques
Faro de Vieques
November 17, 1977
(#77001551)
Punta Mulas
18°09′16″N 65°26′38″W / 18.1545°N 65.4438°W / 18.1545; -65.4438 (Faro de Vieques)
Puerto Diablo Spanish-built lighthouse from 1896. Now also houses a maritime history museum.
13 Fuerte de Vieques
Fuerte de Vieques
Fuerte de Vieques
November 18, 1977
(#77001552)
Calle del Fuerte
18°08′51″N 65°26′21″W / 18.147436°N 65.439070°W / 18.147436; -65.439070 (Fuerte de Vieques)
Isabel Segunda Well-preserved Spanish-built fortress from 1845 established to provide protection to Isabel Segunda and its harbor. Now it also houses the Vieques Museum of Art and History.
14 Hacienda Casa del Francés
Hacienda Casa del Francés
Hacienda Casa del Francés
November 18, 1977
(#77001548)
Near Esperanza
18°06′09″N 65°28′15″W / 18.102381°N 65.470786°W / 18.102381; -65.470786 (Hacienda Casa del Francés)
Puerto Real Historic residence and plantation manor of Henri Muraille from 1910. Also known as the Sportsmen's House. Destroyed by fire in 2005.[10]
15 Laguna Jalova Archeological District September 10, 1992
(#92001237)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo Archaeological district consisting of different pre-Columbian village sites. Also known as "Western Friendly Front Line".
16 Llave 13 (12VPr2-175) August 21, 1991
(#91001036)
Address restricted[5]
Llave Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
17 Loma Jalova 3 (12VPr2-219) August 21, 1991
(#91001034)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
18 Monte Largo 2 (12VPr2-172) August 21, 1991
(#91001042)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
19 Paramayon 2 September 10, 1992
(#92001241)
Address restricted[5]
Llave Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
20 Le Pistolet (12VPr2-168) August 22, 1991
(#91001040)
Address restricted[5]
Punta Arenas Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
21 Playa Grande 9 (12VPr2-212) August 21, 1991
(#91001035)
Address restricted[5]
Llave Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
22 Playa Vieja September 10, 1992
(#92001235)
Address restricted[5]
Punta Arenas Archaeological evidence of prehistoric human inhabitation, particularly from the Saladoid and Ostionoid cultures. Also known as Site 12VPr2-70.
23 Punta Jalova September 10, 1992
(#92001239)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
24 Resolucion Historic District[b] September 10, 1992
(#92001242)
Address restricted[5]
Punta Arenas Industrial archaeological site of the first sugarcane plantations and mills established in the island of Vieques and designed by T. J. J. M. Le Guillou and others.[11]
25 Smaine–Ortiz House February 2, 1994
(#93001554)
341 Antonio Mellado Street
18°08′49″N 65°26′29″W / 18.146970°N 65.441358°W / 18.146970; -65.441358 (Smaine–Ortiz House)
Isabel Segunda Vieques Creole vernacular residence. Also known as the Porfirio Ortiz House.
26 Las Tumbas de J. J. María le Guillou August 26, 1994
(#94000923)
Highway 200, near Isabel Segunda
18°09′10″N 65°25′57″W / 18.152750°N 65.432444°W / 18.152750; -65.432444 (Las Tumbas de J. J. María le Guillou)
Puerto Diablo Graveyard from 1843 built in a Classical Revival style for the Le Guillou family, who founded the modern municipality of Vieques and established its first modern sugarcane plantations.
27 Ventana Archeological District September 10, 1992
(#92001238)
Address restricted[5]
Llave Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
28 Ventana 4 (12VPr2-171) August 21, 1991
(#91001039)
Address restricted[5]
Punta Arenas Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
29 Vieques Pharmacy
Vieques Pharmacy
Vieques Pharmacy
March 2, 1994
(#94000061)
Junction of Carlos LeBrun and Víctor Duteil Streets
18°08′58″N 65°26′30″W / 18.149341°N 65.441751°W / 18.149341; -65.441751 (Vieques Pharmacy)
Isabel Segunda Former town general store, pharmacy, post office and customs house, established by the vice-consul of Denmark in Vieques to tighten the ties between the Spanish and Danish Virgin Islands. Today a restaurant.
30 Yanuel 8 (12VPr2-173) August 21, 1991
(#91001043)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo Pre-Columbian archaeological site.
31 Yanuel 9 (12VPr2-220) August 21, 1991
(#91001033)
Address restricted[5]
Puerto Diablo Pre-Columbian archaeological site.

Yabucoa[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Yabucoa Fire Station
Yabucoa Fire Station
Yabucoa Fire Station
February 13, 2013
(#13000015)
22 Luis Muñoz Rivera Street
18°03′07″N 65°52′38″W / 18.051979°N 65.877330°W / 18.051979; -65.877330 (Yabucoa Fire Station)
Yabucoa Pueblo Historic Art Deco fire station from 1943. Also known as the Parque de Bombas de Yabucoa.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The name of the Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio is presented here without the accent on "Espíritu" in conformance with the usage in the church's National Register nomination form[8] and Federal Register announcement of listing.[9]
  2. ^ The name of the Resolucion Historic District is presented here without the accent on "Resolución" in conformance with the usage in the site's National Register nomination form[11] and announcement of listing.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved April 5, 2024.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  4. ^ Pumarada O'Neill, Luis (July 31, 1994), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Villarán Bridge (PDF), retrieved January 3, 2016.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of this resource. In some cases, this is to protect archaeological sites from vandalism, while in other cases it is restricted at the request of the owner. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997.
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